Why Do I See Narcissists Everywhere?



You have accessed my material and digested it.

The Full Horror then manifests.

Narcissists. Everywhere.

But are you correct or mistaken?

Time to get some logic and reduce your concerns.

This Logic Bulletin addresses the following:-

  • The typical questions you face about seeing narcissists everywhere you look
  • Why do you see so many narcissists?
  • What is it about you that causes you to see so many narcissists?
  • Are the numbers of narcissists on the planet increasing and if so, why?
  • What is causing this shift in your perception?
  • What is influencing your perception?
  • What causes you to doubt yourself that you ARE seeing more and more narcissists around you?
  • How should you approach your day to day life with regard to this increased insight?
  • What about mistakenly labelling someone as a narcissist when they are not?
  • How Emotional Thinking plays a part in this situation.
  • How the doubts are natural and are a part of trying to break your no contact regime.

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5 thoughts on “Why Do I See Narcissists Everywhere?

  1. Another Cat says:

    I’m curious so I’m going to purchase this one. I am personally moved by this question and i’m guessing one of the answers is: Because you have longterm cptsd/borderline.

    And I mean the Empath borderline.

    I understand from your descriptions of for example Diana, princess of Wales,
    that my dear dad had this (due to childhood abuse and then abuse throughout his life from my mother),
    and also two girlfriends of mine,
    and an ex admirer, very nice guy, but often suspicious of his environment, breaking up friendships, then apologizing a lot, in a loop.

    Recently the youngest of these friends started this loop again. She is a very kind and charming individual, so we friends all know that, but I must say I feel rather sad that after all these years she unfriended me on social media again. Last time was 15 years ago. Then she explained that I and some other people don’t really care about her.

    As an empath I always analyse myself and accept faults so i thought back then as usual that maybe I should have called her more often or expressed something in a different manner.

    This time it’s a bit different. We live 800 miles from eachother, only seeing eachother on zoomcalls. She works by the lakes and woods as a nature research scientist.

    One day she texted me that she had found an article about Marie Curie (it wasn’t Curie, but I’m trying to make this comment unidentifiable) and that she thinks of me every time she sees a scientist woman.

    I was very flattered, to her long message I wrote: “I love Curie! Thank you for thinking of me.”

    I suspect this was the problem. My very brief answer to her long text message. She expects a lot when she is feeling sensitive and is in a sharing mood. I was in a hurry and thought we’ll talk more on our next zoomcall. Apparently she has unfriended 4 or 5 other people as well this past weekend.

    This time I am more moved than usual, feel sad about the whole thing.

    Very curious about this material.

  2. Asp Emp says:

    HG, so FAB to see your posting the video ‘Autism or Narcissism’, the first of a new series you have worked on. With your sharp and analytical mind, your knowledge and understanding about the human psyche, in my opinion, makes you the best person to clearly indicate and explain the differences between autism and narcissism. You quite rightfully explained that there are similarities in the behaviours of these two spectrums, and, more importantly explained that there are variations in the characteristics within individuals.


    A conundrum for those who are professionals working with those in regard to the diagnosis of such behaviours and which ‘spectrum’ is the right one to “label” someone to “belong” to. To be able to correctly “place” someone is to have a need to observe the behavioural patterns of individuals. BUT. This is sometimes impossible. Because the majority, if not, all, the “diagnosis” may take place within the clinical premises, when the majority of the behaviours may be more visible outside this environment.

    I really look forward to the new series, HG. Dutifully shared on social media 🙂 xxx

  3. Asp Emp says:

    The image of a female has the ‘reflection’ of someone wearing a mask in her eye, it is cleverly thought up and done. I am thankful that I gained body language observing skills and my intense (sometimes unnerving) ‘watching’ people when they are speaking to me these days 🙂

  4. A Victor says:

    Listening to this one today. This feeling is overwhelming me right now.

  5. Caity says:

    I purchased this when it was first offered because after reading so much of HG’s work, I thought maybe I’d become paranoid. Not the case at all. Knowledge is power and this gives you understanding of your power. Get it, and use it.

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